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    Senior Member All-Star Badsmerf's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by diehardtwinsfan View Post
    Like others said, I don't think Deduno should be sent down (yet), and if he has no options, then you are stuck with him...
    What would make teams want to take him now when they didn't last year?
    Do or do not. There is no try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badsmerf View Post
    What would make teams want to take him now when they didn't last year?
    Interest from the WBC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diehardtwinsfan View Post
    Pelfrey may get a rehab start in AAA. It's allowed by CBA, but he only be down there for so long (I think 5 days, but I could be wrong).
    Pitchers can be assigned to the minors for rehab for up to 30 days. That's on top of time spent on the DL before rehab starts. Plenty of time to audition someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicksaviking View Post
    Interest from the WBC.
    Plus, he hasn't been that bad this year. 3.72 ERA, 110 ERA+, 1.349 WHIP - somebody would pick him up.

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    I think if we sent Deduno down, he'd be eaten up on waivers fast.
    However, P. J. might make it through. I think he would.

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    I don't see anyone currently in the starting rotation either at AAA or with the Twins replacing one of the current bullpen members barring injury or trading Burton/Perkins. The bullpen has been a large factor in the amount of success the Twins have had and I don't see why Gardy/TR would want to mess with what has been a very good unit.

    If one of the AAAA pitchers without options has to be sent down and doesn't clear waivers it just makes the short term starting picture clearer until the prospects arrive.

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    I think Correia and Deduno are safe for the time being. After that, all three of the guys could be gone by the all-star break.
    "If you'da been thinkin' you wouldn't 'a thought that.."

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    Senior Member Triple-A gil4's Avatar
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    I think we found the answer to this question:

    Twins Daily - Who Is The Odd Arm Out?

    Not that there has to be just one answer.

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    I think it's safe to say Walters is next in line to lose his job.

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    Well....that "problem" is solved.

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    Okay PJ, 3 strikes and you're out. Send him through waivers since he has no options. If someone takes him, fine. Add Albers to the 40-man and let him audition. When Pelfrey is ready, send Diamond out to find himself. Trade Pelfrey at the deadline and bring back Worley.

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